New York Times, Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Author: Tony Orbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Tony Orbach
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Rows: 15, Columns: 16, Words: 81, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Orbach. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Short : ABRUPT
7. Hideout : LAIR
11. General on a Chinese menu : TSO
14. Plugs : PROMOS
15. Right-hand person : AIDE
16. Help in a heist, say : ABET
17. Fountain treat : BANANASPLIT
19. Bearded beast : GOAT
20. Bearded bloom : IRIS
21. "Just watch me!" : ICANSO
23. Type size used in typewriters : ELITE
27. Tangy pie filler : LEMONCREAM
30. Goes postal : LOSESIT
32. Penlight batteries : AAAS
33. Patty Hearst kidnap grp. : SLA
34. He flew too close to the sun, in myth : ICARUS
35. "___ du lieber!" : ACH
36. Abbr. on an envelope : ATTN
37. Relative of a certain cobbler : APPLECRUMBLE
41. Idiosyncrasies : TICS
43. Batman and Robin, e.g. : DUO
44. Game keeper? : ARCADE
47. Setting for TV's "Newhart" : INN
48. Sharif of "Doctor Zhivago" : OMAR
50. A little scared : SPOOKED
51. Candy bar with maraschinos : CHERRYMASH
54. Big stingers : WASPS
55. Show deep respect (to) : KOWTOW
56. Make : EARN
58. Vermeer's "Woman With a ___" : LUTE
59. Popular Fanta-like soda : ORANGECRUSH
66. Those, in Toledo : ESOS
67. "___Cop" : ROBO
68. Robert Ludlum hero searching for his identity : BOURNE
69. Hideout : DEN
70. Carriers of Lyme ticks : DEER
71. Balloons : SWELLS
1. Alert, for short : APB
2. Thing with cups and hooks : BRA
3. Harry Potter's best friend : RON
4. Actress Thurman : UMA
5. Pays what's due : PONIESUP
6. Peter I, II or III : TSAR
7. Run out, as a subscription : LAPSE
8. Feel ill : AIL
9. Uganda's ___ Amin : IDI
10. Eye part : RETINA
11. Rib-eye alternatives : TBONESTEAKS
12. Natural seasoning : SEASALT
13. Club chair companion piece : OTTOMAN
16. Biology lab supply : AGAR
18. Buildup at a river's mouth : SILT
22. IV amounts : CCS
23. Yale student : ELI
24. Tone ___ (early rapper) : LOC
25. Scientist who experienced a great fall? : ISAACNEWTON
26. Maryland squad : TERPS
28. Lens type : MACRO
29. Diamond Head locale : OAHU
31. Archipelago unit: Abbr. : ISL
35. Lexus competitor : ACURA
36. Big name in metal foil : ALCOA
38. Dutch dairy product : EDAM
39. Aid in locating a pirate's treasure : MAP
40. Root beer float with chocolate ice cream : BROWNCOW
41. Amused : TICKLED
42. Not farmed out : INHOUSE
45. Passbook abbr. : DEP
46. Masthead contents, briefly : EDS
48. ___ y Plata (Montana's motto) : ORO
49. "Dear me!" : MYWORD
50. Thick carpet : SHAG
52. 66 and others: Abbr. : RTES
53. Guadalajara guy : SENOR
57. Confederate soldiers, for short : REBS
60. ___ v. Wade : ROE
61. Actor Vigoda : ABE
62. Lament : RUE
63. http://www.yahoo.com, e.g. : URL
64. Skit-filled NBC show, for short : SNL
65. "For ___ a jolly ..." : HES

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